Customer Review-Patio Aqua Tile

Tile over treated wood deck

As you can see by these photos, Al did a great job with his pool area using Patio Tile Aqua from Greatmats.  A perfect, outdoor wet tile, it is perforated so it doesn’t hold the heat and prevents water from puddling up on the surface.  It’s also a much safer surface for children than concrete.

“The tile made a huge difference,” Al says.  “It covered the aging concrete around the pool.  The tile over the treated wood deck worked great.”

Al covered 1860 square feet of pool area including the deck and the job took him only 29 hours.  Because these wet area tiles require no adhesive, it’s a pretty straightforward job.  Just click the tiles together and cut them off to fit around the pool area and other obstructions.

Tile around pool over existing concrete deck

“I’m very happy with the product and would recommend it to friends.  The only recommendation I would make is that the manufacturer look into making some nosings to finish the edge.”

(We’re actually in contact with the manufacturer about that very thing.  Al had to use 90 degree metal strips to finish the edging by the ladder that descends into the pool.)

“Otherwise, everything went great.”

Thanks, Al.  We appreciate your business.

Tile around pool – opposite end

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